Here it is, hot on the heels of Part 1.
This article has a special meaning for me, since it will be my 100th article posted here on iModeler. Many thanks go out to Martin and his extraordinary team.
The first article dealt mainly with t[...]
Once I saw that Tamiya was going to be releasing a new 1/48 scale kit of the Bf-109, I knew that when it arrived at the nearest Hobby Store I had to purchase it. This is a kit that I have been waiting for a while now. After opening the box, I th[...]
hasegawa kit with no extras.build from the box. i continue with gunze colours. good fit and little putty.i love hasegawa....
lets go for the next.....
This is the Eduard Me109F-2 in 1:48 built by me for Model Airplane International magazine where it will be feature soon. This is a very good kit, loads of detail in it especially in this, the Profipack version. Its perhaps not quite as good as t[...]
This is Eduard's revised (and definitive) version of their quarter scale Messerschmitt 109 G-6. This machine was from a batch made by the Erla factory as the zigzag pattern of the camouflage of the wings.
The pilot of this colorful machine was [...]
Once again a big thanks you David Thomas for creating this group build, I personally had a fair amount of fun with the models I chose to build. Added bonus is I get to see David eat his hat because he stated I couldn't build three models for thi[...]
The mentality of those whose families fought and suffered on the ‘right side of history’ is often, understandably, to automatically consign those fighting on the other side, to a pigeon hole that does not allow for admiration. During this buil[...]
Here is my 1/32 Hasegawa Bf-109G-6 with the markings of Black 10 of IV./JG54, Dorpat, Soviet Union (Estonia), early 1944.
Cockpit modified with MDC cockpit set as usual.
Other modifications are:
-Masterdetails horizontal stabilizators
Just finished the RoG 32 scale BF109 G10 done in Hartmans markings. Added the Barracuda resin oil cooler faring, prop, engine scoops, wheels, and cockpit rear bulkhead, Brassin main gear and used Montex masks for the markings. As usual[...]
I would like to show you my earlier made model. The kit are from Italeri, i built from the box. I did not use accesories, but i made seatbelts from masking tape and leadwire.I used Gunze and AK colors the painting, and decals are from the kit.